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A Welcome Home 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" 

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1. When the day shall close and my work is done,When the shadows fall at the 

2. Ev - 'ry grief and pain I will glad - ly bear.Tbo my heart is bowed with its 
o. There's a mansion bright on that shin-ing shore Wait-ing there for me when this 
4. When I reach that land with its joys un -told,When my wea-ry feet tread the 







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set of sun, When the gold - en crown has at last been won, 

[pad of care, For this pre - cious tho't drives a - way de - spair, There will 

life is o'er, When I greet the ones who have gone be - fore, 

streets of gold, When my tear -less eyes shall my King be - hold, 

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Anchored Faith 

Our 1943 Book 
FOR 

Singing Schools, Conventions, Etc. 

AUTHORS 



J. R. Baxter, Jr. 
Luther G. Presley 
W. Lee Higgins 
Wm. A. McKinney 
Thos. J. Farris 
Wilbur Wilson 
John L. Shrader 
W. M. DeVaughan 
Walter E. Howell 
Pledger B. Jones 
Walter Rippetoe 
Roy W. Porter 
L. D. Laminack 
Emory S. Peck 
Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 
Rev. R. H. Cunningham 
Hale Reeves 
M. D. Humphrey 
James H. Chandler 
Guy S. Duncan 
Frank B. Jones 
J. Conrad Hall 
Pete J. Noah 
Cecil Evans 
Thurman H. Smith 
Gladys S. Wagoner 
Mrs. Emma S. Gregg 
Harold Davis 



V. O. Fossett 
Albert E. Brumley 
Homer F. Morris 
L. D. Huffstutler 

B. B. Edmiaston 
Ernest Rippetoe 
Marion W. Easterling 
Lonnie B. Combs 

W. Allan Sims 
E. D. Culpepper 
Robt. E. Arnold 

C. D. Williams 
S. L. Wallace 
Chas. E. Durham 
E. M. Baygents 

Mrs. Frank H. Stamps 
Rev. A. L. Clanton 
Arthur R. Vaughan 
Laurence Wilson 
Clifford W. Hatcher 
Lester Williams 
James Noble Moore 
W. C. Woodward 
J. M. Collier 
Mrs. Emma Mayhall 
Mrs. J. S. McGaughey 
Rev. Glenn E. Wagoner 
Pricilla Crouse 
Wm. H. Davis 



Frank H. Stamps 
Eugene Wright 
J. B. Coats 
W. W. Combs 
Dwight Brock 
G. T. Speer 
P. B. Shaw 
J. E. Roane 
Chas. E. Moody 
Chas. R. Woods 
Robt. S. Craft 
L. L. Eads 

F. A. Formby 
J. W. Payte 
C. M. Lyles 
Rev. C. Y. Butler 
T. M. Bishop 

B. S. Key 

G. W. Hatcher 
B. I. Cline 

J. R. Varner 
G. D. McNair 
W. J. Edwards 
M. H. McKee 
Jesse McBeth 
M. M. Mayo 
L. O. Bynum 
Dr. G. D. Ross 



price: 

35 cents a copy; $3.60 per dozen; $13.00 for 50; 
$25.00 per 100, postpaid 

Shape Notes,. Manila Binding 



Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co., Inc. 

Plate Makers — Printers — Publishers 
Dallas, Texas — Pangbnrn, Ark. — Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co., Inc. 



No. 1-A There'll be Singing and Shouting 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. Win. H. Davis 
Wm. H. D. in "Anchored Faith" Arr. W. W. Combs 




1. I am on my way to the land of day, To that home pre-pared f or me; 

2. Come and go with me o'er the crys - tal sea To the man-sions bright a-bove, 

3. When we reach that land on the golden strand, What a meet-ing it will be, 




I'll with an-gels sing prais-es to my King Thru-out all e - ter - ni - ty. 

In that home so fair live with loved ones there Sharing peace and joy and love. 

Ev - er more to rest with the saved and blest And to five e - ter - nal - ly. 



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Anchored Faith 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. B.,Jr. in "Anchored Faith" J. R. Baxter, Jr* 

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1. In waves of con - fu - sion my ves - sel was tossed, Not know-ing the 

2. Pur-sued by mis - giv-ings I looked for a sign To guide me to 

3. The temp-ters may come and the scof - fers de - ride, My faith is well 



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right way to go, I prayed to the Sav-ior, no long - er I'm lost, 

man-sions of rest, I came to the Sav - ior and now He is mine, 

found-ed, I know; I'll trust Him to car - ry me - ver the tide 



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The way that He shows me is best. 
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No. 2 



When I found Him 



Copyright, 1940, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Herbert Bufium in "Golden Key" Virgil 0. Stamps 



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1. I found more than I ev - er ex-pect-ed I found 

2. I found peace I had sought un - a - vail - ing When I found Him, 1 found 

3. I found joy which my soul o - ver-flow-eth I found 

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pow-er that was all pre - vail - ing When I found Him. 

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Mother's Love 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Anchored Faith" Luther G. Presley 




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1. Like the flow'rs that bloom in spring, Like the birds that soft - Iy sing, 

2. Sweet-er than the harps that play,Bright-er than the col - ors gay, 

3. High - er than the moon-tain steep ,Broad-er than the o - cean deep, 

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No. 4 I Gan't Forget You Blessed Lord 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Rev. W. A. Washburn in "Anchored Faith" Ernest Eippetoe 



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2. My soul to Sa - tan was a slave, Hope for me was al - most 

3. When comes the chill -y winds oi death, There will be no dr*5i.a tor 

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stirred, Je • sus the bless - ed Lord came in, His the sweetest 

gone , My Lord reached down His hand to save, Filled my heart with 

me; I'll praise Him with my lat - est breath As I near the 




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Help Me Sin* His Praise 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" E.D.Culpepper 




1. I have found true joy and com - fort in the bless - ed Sav-ior's love, 

2. When my soul was lost in bond - age Je - sus came to res - cue me, 

3. If your soul is bowed in sor - row, let Him tell you how to live, 







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pared for me a man-sion in that ci - ty fair a - bove, 
grace my sins were par-doned, now my soul is glad and free, 
pass - eth un - der - stand - ing He a - lone to you can give, Help me 




ser - vice of our Mas - ter let us spend our earth-ly days, 

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Blessed Jesus Loves You Too. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A. E. B. in "Anchored Faith" Albert E. Brumley 



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2. When the bur-dens press on ev - 'ry hand,When you know not what to 

3. Come and seek His pre-cious, ten - der care, He will save and par - don 



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No. 7 Heading for the Sweet By and By 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Anchored Faith" Luther G. Presley 



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1. There is a home in the land of to-mor-row, Where my pos-ses-sions lie; 

2. This life is short and so fleet-ing its pleasure, Sor-rows oft dim the eye; 

3. How sweet to know on the hill-tops of glo - ry, I'll sing with saints on high; 



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I'm go - ing where there is joy be - yond meas-ure, Heading for the sweet 

That's why with joy I am teU-ing love's sto-ry, 



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Wonderful Love Saved Me 




Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Wilbur Wilson 

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1. When I was lost in sin, Je - ens the Lord came in, Won-der-ful 

2. Once I was lone and sad, now I am free and glad, 

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No. 9 



L. D. L. 



He Is My Friend 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" L. D. Laminack 




1. When shadows of gloom o-ver-take me, There's One on whom I can depend; 

2. Al - tho I may walk in deep sor-row, I'll trust Him to show me the way; 

3. When tri-als of this life are o - ver, I've trav-eled the lastwea-ry mile, 




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I'll nev-er fear e - vil or dan-ger, For Je-sus is with me eaeh day. 
I know that my Sav-ior will wel-come Me in - to the light of His smile. 



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No. 10 I Am Living in Glory-land Now 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Herbert Buff um in "Anchored Faith" W. W. Combs 

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1. 1 one time placed glo - ry - land o - ver the sea Where an- gels to 

2. The glo - ry of glo - ry - land shines on my way, I feel it but 

3. How wondrous the sav - ing grace sent from a- bove,God'smer-cy to 




Je-sus would bow.would bow;But since I found par-don so pre-cious to me, 
can -not tell how, just how; But Je-sus has saved me.I'm hap-py to say, 
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No. 11 



It Will Not GhanAe 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.B.C. in "Anchored Faith" J. B. Coats 




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2. AI - tho to - day my heart is torn Be-cause a friend 

3. Thru man-y years I've trusted Him He clos - er comes 



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In memory of Rev. I. W. Dowdy- 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. L.S. Not too fast in "Anchored Faith" John L. Shrader 




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2. We shall miss one who was faithful in this lowland of sor-row,He has 

3. Oft we won-der why our loved ones from our home ties are taken And a- 



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where sad part-ing comes never In that land where none ev-er grow old. 
on that won-der-ful mor-row In that home on that beau-ti - ful strand, 
from their sleep shall a-wak-en,We shall sing with that heav-en-ly throng. 



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No. 13 The Rainbow Shines Thru the Gloud 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B.B.Edmiaston in "Anchored Faith" Pete J. Noah 



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2. Here sometimes we meet with loss and grief, 'Neath burdens the spir - it 

3. No mat-ter what tri - als we may meet, They can not God's love en- 







loud, so loud; But faith shows to us a ra - diaut glow, 

bowed, is bowed; But trusting in God we find re -lief, The rain-bow shines 

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T. J. F. 



I Will Follow Jesus 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Thos. J. Far r is 





1. Once I lived in dark-ness, the light I could not see, Wan-d'ring from the 

2. He pre-pares a man-sion on heav-en's shin -ing shore, Where there cometh 

3. What a grand re - un - ion when we shall gath-er there, Where no sor - rows 



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Christ the bless-ed Sav-ior in mer - cy res-cued me, 
I shall join the mil - lions who've journeyed on be-fore, 
No more sep - a - ra- tions, all free from ev - 'ry care, 



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No. 15 



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Love Eternal 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Robt.S. Craft 




1. Love e - ter-nal and su-preme,Com-ing from a-bove, a-bove; Gift of 

2. Cbristis com-ing by and by, And will claim His own, His own; We shall 

3. Watch and trust from day to day, Morning, night and noon, at noon; See the 



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No. 16 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" Frank H. Stamps 




1. Once my path was drear-y and my heart was wea-ry, As I trod a- 

2. Skies a - bove are bright-er,now my load is light - er, Je - sus gives me 

3. Je - sus Christ is dear-er, heav-en's draw-ing near -er, All the gloom-y 






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hap- pi-ness each day; With new joy I'msing-ing, mer-ry bells are ring-ing, 
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I Am Happy 



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2. Grace di -vine has made me new and I'll tell the sto - ry true, Of a 

3. When on earth I cease to roam, grace di-vine will take me home, - ver 



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yon - der to my man-sion bright and fair; 



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Billows of Melodies Roll 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. The an - gels are sing - ing a -round the white throne The songs that no 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. A.McK. in "Anchored Faith" W.A.McKinney 



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2. A cho - sen man was Paul, He heard the Sav-ior's call, God sent him 

3. God used His ser - vant Paul to spread good news to all, So faitn - ful 



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on a might - y mis-sion His great work to a-chieve; So Paul went 
did he preach the gos - pel of the cru - ci - fied Lord; To pris - on 



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Paul was sent, much of his time there spent , But still he wit-nessed un - to 



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say -ing I have made you my choice. 

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As the Days Go By 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" James Noble Moore 



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1. Let your light shine bright o'er the rest -less wave, On the trou-bled sea 

2. Let your light shine bright for the Lord each day Till it floods the path 

3. Keep your lamp well trimmed, nev-er hide its light, Let it bright-ly shine 

4. Let L your light shine bright down the thorn-y road, Help the lone and sad 

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where the lost ones stray, Scat-ter hope and cheer all a - long the way, 
like a bea - con bright; You may save lost souls in the dark-est night, 
bear their heav - y load; You can light the way to that blest a - bode, 

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No. 21 



In the Old Fashioned Way 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. F. H. S. in "Anchored Faith" Mrs. Frank H. Stamps 



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2. An old fashioned no-tion,tho't-less peo-ple may say, When asked if they 

3. In self - ish-ness we have gone a - way from God's love,Be-fus - ing to 

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2. There is a name, a ho - ly name, Let na - tions 

3. There is a name, a ho - ly name, Rich gifts to 

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What a Home That Will Be 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" F.A. Formby 




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2. With the mil - lions who have gone before we'll make the cho-rus ring, 

3. We shall ne'er grow tired or hun-gry and shall nev - er thirst a-gain, 

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2. He is sure - ly com-ing, com-ing, 'twill not be long, Time is swift -ly 

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pass - ing soon the eve-ning will come; Let us then be read - y, wait-ing, 
trimmed and burning with stead - y glow; Set your house in or - der, broth-er, 






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No. 25 



His Blessed Name 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Jesus Understands 



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Glory for Mo 



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You Better (Sot Wait 



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2. Nothing but truth and right will win you bet-ter let Christ the Lord come in, 

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Give ser-vice to God wher-ev-er you go; Ex-am - ine the 

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No. 31 



My Work on Earth is Ending 



To all who have "fought the good fight" 

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Pilate's Hall 



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No. 33 



Hold to His Hand 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. Sug. by S. L. W. in "Anchored Faith" S. L. TT«IJ*a« 

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111 Be Ready 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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No. 35 



The Golden Ltent of Love 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. There is light and love fill - ing ev - 'ry place, I'm feast-ing to-day 

3. Now the dove of peace ver - y sweet - ly sings, My faith in the Lord 

4. Now the light of love Bhin-eth clear and bright Its light nev - er fails 




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on His match-less grace, Looking up with joy on His smil - ing face, 
with new rap - ture rings, For the gifts He sends comes on an - gels wings, 
in the dark -est night, And the path I tread ev - er glows with light, 

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No. 36 Going Home 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" W.J.Edwards 

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2. I'm a pil-grim on a jour-ney to a bet- ter land than this, I am 

3. Let me tar -ry in the vine-yard till He says it is e-nough, For that 




know when Christ shall call me I'll a - rise; I'll be waft-ed on to glo - ry 
striv - ing ev - 'ry day to win the prize; Here I bear a heav - y bur - den 
crown-ing day my hun - gry spir - it cries; I will trav-el with my MaB-ter 



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due. Go -ing home, I'm go -ing home, 

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No. 37 



I'll See My Savior's face 



L.W. 



To the Baxter Quartet* L. W. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Lester Williams 



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2. Soon I shall cross the dark blue sea . . 

3. A few more days to toil and wait . 



For this I know 

And Christ my Lord. 
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will pi -lot me; And when my ship lands on that shore 

at heaven's gate; I'll walk the streets. .. . of pur -est gold 

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I'll be with Christ for ev - er more 

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No. 38 



He Took Away my Sadness 



Copyright. 1943. by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" W. Lee Hlflgln* 




1. The path I trod was drear - y, my heart was sick and sore, My 

2. When shadows gath - er o'er me as on my way I go, My 

3. He nev - er will for - sake me, un-worth - y tho I be, When 

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trou- bles o - ver take me, His smil-ingface I see; I know that 








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skies are bright-er since Je - sus came to me, My heav - y load is 
love is glow-ing all thru the day and night, The roy - al high-way 
He will guide me to yon - der gold - en shore, What -ev - er may be- 




hove are rift-ed and bright-er grows the way, My bur-den He 

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No. 39 



The Middle Gross Was Mine 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
A.L. C. in "Anchored Faith" Rev. A. L. Clanton 

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1. Up Calv'ry'8 slope our Savior went, Be-neath a cross His form bent low; 

2. "rwas not for His own crimes He died, He spoke no gnile,He did no sin; 

3. When all my la-bors here are done, I'll rise to dwell with Him for aye; 




He reeled and fell, His strength was spent, Lord di - vine, that cross was 
He in my stead was cm - ci - fied, His life did give that I might 
With rap-ture I shall look up - on His bless - ed face who took my 



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No. 40 The Things the Lord Has Done for Me 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" L. D. Huffstutler 

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2. In drea-ry days of toil and strife I'll sing a song. 

3. When days of toil and strife are o'er And time and tide . 




its grief and woe, And now 1 want the world to know 

where woes are rife I want to show to ev - 'ry life 

shall be no more, I'll sing with saints .... on yon - der shore, 




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J. R. V. 



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in "Anchored Faith" J. E. Varner 



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2. There no storm elonds arise to be - dim the fair skies And no tempter will 
3. 1 am will-ing to toil, sin-ful ef - forts to foil, When I think of the 




earth has been done; If the good seed I sow I shall reap there I know, 
be there to shun, But the life will be sweet and the glo - ry com-plete, 
prize to be won; I shall find per-fect rest in that home of the blest, 



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No. 42 Jesus Is Leading 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Go. 
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2. - ver us the clouds may oft-en roll, shut-ting out the light from heav-en's 

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No. 43 How I Love my Blessed Lord 



W. E. H. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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Memory Hall 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music A Ptff. Od. 
B. B. Edmiaston la "Anchored Faith" V. O. Fa*Mtt 



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2. One by one tbej crossed the neat divide, Where the shadows fall; 

3. It will not be long till I shall go, An-swer to their call; 



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Sing Out the Story 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
R. W. P. in "Anchored Faith" Roy W.Porter 






1. I've read the gos - pel sto - ry, how Je - sus came from glo - ry, 

2. how my heart is yearn-ing the Sav - ior's glad re - turn - ing, 
3.0 broth -er, will you meet Him, with glad-ness can you greet Him, 

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Step by step 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. I am go - ing to see that bright man-sion so fair, 

3. Man-y tri-als you meet ere you reach heaven's gate, Step by step, 




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Btep; I am long -ing to see man-y friends on that day, I am 

I shall join that glad throng waiting me o - ver there, I am 

Btep by step; Seek the Sav - ior to-day lest you find it too late To be 



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He Is Always There 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. In the church where peo-ple meet to praise His ho - ly name, In ev - 'ry 

3. Oat up - on the crim-son fields of bat-tie, where men die, Be - side the 






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lone - some out-post o'er the whole world wide; Where the sob-bing heart is 
trust - ing ones who dare to shield the right, Thru the eye of faith that's 

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No. 49 



Ne Said He Would Gome 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
M. H. McK. in "Anchored Faith" M. H. MeKee 

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2. The dead will be ris - tag with quickness sur - pris - tag, And talk-tae a* 

3. Be read - y that morning to go with-out warn - tag, And fin - tan lk« 




won-der-ral plan; He spoke of a man-sion in heav-en's ei-pan-sioa, 
man un - to man; The an -gels all sing-tag, glad praise will be bring- tag, 
work He be - gan; 'Tis home we'll be go - tag His rap-ture then knowing, 

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No. 50 I'll Say Good-by to This Old World 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Luther G. Presley, Sug. E. W. in "Anchored Faitti" Eugene Wright 




1. When I see Je-sus eom-mg down from a-bove,I'lI say good-by 

2. When men are cry-ingfor the mountains to fall, I'll say good - by 

3. When that bright ci-ty in its beau-ty I see, I'll say good-by 



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when He shall eall, I'll say good-by 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Priscilla Grouse 

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1. Be true to tbe Lord what-ev - er you do, trust in His word, eaeh 

2. Be true to the Lord, He loves you, my Mend, And He is idle One on 

3. Be true to the Lord, He calls you to - day, A-way from sin turn, your 




prom-ise is true, Just give Him your hie, a heart that is pure, Then build on the 
whom to de-pend; He al-ways is near to love and to care, The burdens so 
Mas - ter - bey; He wants you to be a child of His love And win the bright 



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No. 52 



When I Read of the Promises 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" Authur R. Vaughan 

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2. Ev - 'ry page is filled with hope, so no long - er I grope, He re- 

3. As I read I try to learn of the joys that 1 yearn And I 

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We'll Be Singing at Home 

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M. H. McK. in "Anchored Faith" M. H. McKee 



No. 53 




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2. Eap-ture there will re - pay all the toil of the way, As we gath-er there 

3. There our Sav-ior we'll meet,cast-ing crowns at His feet, And shall hear Him re- 




heav-en's dome; With the loved ones to meet and each oth-er to greet, We'll be 
friend with friend; Pain and sorrow all past we'll be hap-py at last, As our 
peat "well done;" In the light of His smile we shall dwell all the while, As the 




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No. 54 



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Just What He Said Hell Do 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. He has promised that we His glo - ry may be - hold, 



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No. 55 Gltmbing to Glory Land 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Martha Parker in "Anchored Faith" B. B. Edmiaston 

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1. 'Mid the pain and strife of this toil - some life, I must fol - low the 

2. I must work each day, on the up - ward way I must plod thru tbe 

3. When my task is done and the crown is won, I shall dwell with the 

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burn-log sand; Christ will lead me on, thru the night to dawn, I 
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Immanuel the Wonderful 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ft*. Co 
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2. Some-times de-fend-ers of the right must suf - fer be-cause of wrong, 

3. Im - man - u - el, Re-deem - er, Lord! all pow - er is in His name, 




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Sometimes the dark clouds gather o'er us, hid-ing the love-ly skies,bright skies; 
Sor - row and death and dangers hide the beau-ty of love's sweet song,glad song; 
How mar- vel- ous that He from heaven's glo - ry to this world came and died; 




'Tis then we should re - mem-ber Christ our Sav-ior, the Lord of all, 
But those who give themselves to Truth and jus - tice can nev - er die, 
No mat - ter what the bur -den or the sor -row we here must bear, 



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Watching a-bove us, al-ways read-y, wait-ing to hear each call, our call. 
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Ten - der - ly watch-ing o'er us, He our crosses will always share, He'll share. 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Be not dis - cour-aged thru sun-shine or rain, Noth-ing is done for the 

3. Keep up your cour-age when en - e-mies throng, Nev - er »ub - mit to the 



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He Is Our Strength and Song 

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2. Let us praise Him, His mercy kind for - ev - er en-dures; for - ev - er en-dures, 

3. let them now who fear the Lord His mercy pro-claim, His mer-ty proclaim, 




For He is our strength, and He is our song; 

The Lord is our strength our strength and our song; 




Safe is themanwho,trusting,fol-lows af-ter His word, His con-quer-ing word, 
Vic- fry un - to those who o -bey He ev - er as-sures, He ev - er as-sures, 
Bow down be-fore Him, giv-ing hon-or to His great name, yes, to His great name, 




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Sing a Song 




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2. Man - y souls have been made hap-py, go - ing to that home a-boye, 

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He Will Lead Us 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. As we trav-el down life's pathway, TQl we reach our journey's end;Je - sus 

3. When we dwell in that great ci - ty, There to sit at Je - sus' feet,Shar-ing 




put our trust in Je-sus, Let Him show us wkere to go. 

will be ev - er near us, He is al-ways our best friend. He will lead us, gen-tly 

all His matchless glo-ry,Then our joy will be com-plete. 






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Mo. 62 With Joy I Sing He Is my King 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. Since I read the sto - ry and al - le - giance to Him gave, 

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What Do the Flowers Say? 

FUNERAL 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

J. B. C. in "Anchored Faith" J. B. Coats 




1. God knows our weakness, when death comes along, He sees the tears that fall, 

2. There is a sweet calm that covers the soul, Sent from our Lord so trne, 

3. If you are lost as you gaze on the face, When it lies cold in death; 




But there's a fragrance that lin-gers so near, Eos-es that bloom for all. 
Speak-ing a message more ten-der than words, Child, peace be unto you. 
Think of your journey, don't wait till too late, Trust not the dy - ing breath. 




D.S-— Christians will gather in heav-en to stay, That's what the flowers say. 

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No. 64 I'm Fully Trusting 

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2.1 soon shall leave this re - gion and fly a -way to rest, I'll live for- 

3. what a. great re - un - ion up yon - der by and by, When all the 

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No. 65 



It's Dawn 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
6. S. W. in "Anchored Faith" Gladys Sanborn Wagoner 



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2. My day of life is filled with joy, There's peace within my breast; His 

3. My day of life is filled with love, He's shown to me the way; He 



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words of love all fears destroy, He gives me per-fect rest. 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
C. E. M. in "Anchored Faith" Chas. E.Moody 







1. what a change since Je - sus came in - to my life And drove a- 

2. what a change since Je - sus made the path-way bright, The night of 

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sin has turned to day; His pres-ence is to me a 

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source of great delight As I go down life's bus-y way. . . 

pleasures ne'er decay And be with Christ ... for - ev - er more? . 



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No. 67 A Better Home 

Copyright. 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
PatStinmra in "Anchored Faith" Mrs. J. S. McGaughey 



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1. I've a bet - ter home In glo - ry, That's one thing I know; For I've 
2.1 have loved ones op in glo - ry, Wait- ing for me there; We will 
3. Moth-er, dsar, up there I'm com-ing,Meet my fa- ther, too; Broth -er, 

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read the bless-ed Bi - ble.Where it told me so, me so. 

sing of love's sweet story, And His love we'll share, we'll share.I've a bet - ter 

yon, I'll soon be find-ing, When earth's work is thru, is thru. 

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D.S-— Where theheav'n bells ring,bellsring. 




home up yonder, Where the an-gela sing; We must all prepare to go there, 

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We'll Go Sailing to Paradise 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston in "Anchored Faith" James H. Chandler 



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1. As we la - bor here a - mid the dis - ap-point-ing scenes of life, Sor-row's 

2. Here we're some-times made to suffer and to loved ones say fare-well ,Oft is 

3. Glo - ry be to God who gave His Son our dy - ing souls to save, And in 




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tear drops be-dim our eyes, as hopes are bro-ken; But we have the blest as- 
bro-ken sweet friendship's ties, by sep - a - ra-tion; But a-wait-ing us is 
tri-umph o'er death to rise in might and pow-er; In the dawn-ing of the 



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No. 69 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Anchored Faith" W. Lee Higgina 



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1. Some day we shall reap what we have sown, In the moments of weal or woe, 

2. Some day all our deeds of right and wrong And our ac-tions a-long life's way 

3. Some day we shall stand be-fore the throne In the presence of Christ our King, 




The wheat and the tares to geth - er grown Will be gathered at last, we know. 
Shall all be portrayed in one great throng, Just as clear as the light of day. 
With oth-ers to reap what we have sown, As our trophies to Him we bring. 




D.S.-May fruits that we bring to Christ the King, Be ac-eept-ed by Him that day. 
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B. I. C. 



I Want to be Ready 



Copyright, 1943. by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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1. When I hear the trurnp-et sounding and the dead shall rise, 

2. What a day of great re-joic - ing for the saved by grace, I want to b« 

3. When the saved of earth shall gather on the oth - er side, 



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God's Grace 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. He'll bless my soul and lead in paths of right, [ love Him, I shall for 

3. He doth pre-pare a ta - ble for my soul, He feeds me, He fills my 

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No. 72 



E. W. 



I'll Keep Traveling On 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Eugene Wright 







1. Since I've trust -ed in the Sav - ior, found His matchless grace and fa-vor, 

2. Now my path isbright-ly shin -ing and my heart no more is pin-ing, 

3. Leav-ing ev - 'ry earth-ly pie as-ure, there is joy be -yond allmeas-ure, 




I am nev-er a -lone; 

I am nev-er a - lone, I am nev - er a - lone, no nev-er; 




With His hand of love to guide me when the storms of life be - tide me, 
Till I reach the land su - per - nal where I'll live in realms e - ter -nal, 
Know-ing He will not for - sake me but thru dan - gers safe - ly take me, 




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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Harry H. Raymond in "Anchored Faith" Marion W. Easterling 



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2. Tho the way seems sad and lone -ly Let the Sav - ior lead the way; 

3. Tho the way seems rough and rock-y Let the Sav - ior guide your feet; 




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He will help you thru your sad- ness, Lead you to 

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Tell of the Savior's Love 



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C.W. H. in "Anchored Faith" Clifford W . Hatcher 

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2. Bless-ed sal - va-tion is of-fered to all, If they on His name will be- 

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blest; Yes, our dear Sav-ior remains just the same, Just trust and your 

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Over On the Other Shore 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
R.W. P. in "Anchored Faith" Roy W.Porter 




1. Vic - fry bells are ring-ing, an-gels sweet are sing-ing, O-ver on 

2. We shall rest for - ev - er and shall part no nev - er, 

3. Loved ones gone be-fore us now have joined that chorus, - ver on 




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Hap - py anthems swelling, love's old sto-ry tell - ing, 
There's no grief or sad-ness, all is joy and glad-ness, - ver 
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2. In a lit - tie while I'm gon - na rise and glad-ly say: Good-by old 

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world, good-by world, and cross the foam; A robe and 

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No. 77 



I'm Safe In Beulah Land 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Cleavant Derricks 

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1. I have ea - caped the burn -ing sand, The des-ert's fur - y blast, 

2. Old Sa - tan led me ev - 'ry hour And thorns be - fore me cast, 

3. The pit - falls of sin's aw - ful path Once caught and held me fast, 

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J. B. C. 



In the Cradle of the Stars 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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2. While gaz - ing I'm dream-ing Of loved ones I knew, They seem to be 

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2. A fa - ther's pray'r has fol-lowed you, 'Tis plead-ing, this you know; 

3. The pow'r to choose is yours to-day, God yearns His love to show; 



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Till the Glouds Roll By 




Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Luther G. PresUy 

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1. Tossed up - on life's storm-y o - cean where the an - gry bil - lows roll, 

2. By the might-y force of e - vil souls to bond-age have been led, 

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No. 81 

Samuel Stennett 



The Promised Land 



Arr. by R. M. Mcintosh 



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1. On Jor-dan's storm - y banks I stand, And casta wish-ful eye 

2. All o'er those wide ex - tend-ed plains Shines one e - ter-nalday; 

3. When shall I reach that hap-py place, And be for - ev - er blest? 




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When shall I see my Fa-ther's face, And in His bos -om rest? 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
P. B. J. in "Anchored Faith" Pledger B. Jones 




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1. On-ward arm - y of the Lord, You'll receive a just re-ward, Tell of 

2. In the old cross way press on As did those be - fore us gone, Fol-low 

3. Soon the gates of home will shine In the light of love di - vine, Soon our 

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wait a - bove In the land of joy and love, Loy-al to the pre-cious King, 
heart and voice, In the Master's name rejoice, Soon His glo - ry we shall share 

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Copyright, 1343, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in Anchored Faith' Arr. by M. H. McKee 



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2. Faith and char - i - ty a - bide, When there 's love at homejTime doth sweet-ly 

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Arr. Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co., 
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1. There's a call that rings, from the throne it springs, To all who are a - stray, 

2. You have heard His voice, seen the soul rejoice Who trusted in His grace, 

3. Take a friend's advice, make the sac-ri - fice,Complete-ly turn from sin, 




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Say - ing come ye men and your load of sin Down at the al - tar lay; 

You have blushed with sin, felt His knock within, Yet tried to hide your face 

Tak-ing up the cross, count-ing earth as dross, Let Je- sus live with -in; 




Man - y do not heed for the chain of greed Still crush-es their de -sire, 
From the bless-ed Lord and His own true word, But still you say re - tire, 
When temptations come, keep on fac-ing home, To Sa - tan nev - er hire, 




Be as - sured.my friend, if you still of-fend,He will set your fields on fire. 
Leave the downward path, kindle not God's wrath, Or He'll set your fields on fire. 
But re-joice and pray on that last great day When He sets the world on fire. 



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When the World's on Fire 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. B., Jr. in "Anchored Faith" J.R.Baxter, 




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2. Mer-cy's door will be closed to you When He comes for the good and 

3. You will find it too late to pray On the dawn of that aw - ful 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Murine Tabor in "Anchored Faith" W.LeeHiggins 

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2. 1 have seen the joys and pleasures That can come from this old earth, this earth, 

3. When I leave this world of sor - row And I make my last a-dieu, a-dieu, 




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And my eyes were filled with tear-drops Caused by earthly pain and strife, this strife; 
But the joy that Je - sus gives me Is worth more than they are worth, all worth; 
I shall go to meet the Sav - ior And the pearl - y gates to view, to view; 

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G.E. W. in "Anchored Faith" Rev. Glenn E. Wagoner 



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2. Once I was on the - cean of sin, Seek-ing for pleas-ure gay, 

3. Once I was lost and drift - ed a - far, Dark-ness was com - ing on, 



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Swift - ly the clouds were hid - ing the star, Hope for my soul was gone; 



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Wm. Mackay 



Revive Us Again 



J. J. Husband 




1. We praise Thee,0 God,for the Son of Thy love, For Jesus,who died,and is now gone above. 

2. All glory and praise to the Lamb that was slain, Who has borne all our sins and has cleansed ev'ry stain. 

3. Revive us again, fill each heart with Thy love, May each soul be rekindled with fire from abore. 

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No. 92 It's a Lonesome Road 

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With your spir-it free from sin and doubt, "hal-le- lu - jah" you will shout, 



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Where Gould I Go? 

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In "Golden Key" 



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1. Liv-ing be-low in this old sin-ful world, Hardly a com-fort can af-ford; 

2. Neighbors are kind, I love them ev-'ry one, We get a-long in sweet ac-cord; 

3. Life here is grand with friends I love so dear, Comfort I get from God's own word; 

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No. 94 When they Nailed His Hands to Calvary 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Albert E. Brumley in "Anchored Faith" Marion W. Easterling 

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2.0 the ag - o - ny while He died, while they pierced His pre-cious side, 
3. Je - bus suf-fered to pay the cost of a world that in sin was lost, 




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How He cried as the Fa-ther's Son "Not my will but thine own be done," 
Now He an-swers the sin-ner's call, free sal - va-tion was bro't to all, 




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No. 95 Holy Be the Name 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
T. H. S. in "Anchored Faith" Thurman H. Smith 







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1. Ho - ly, ho - ly, Ho - ly be the mighty name of the Lord; 

2. Glo - ry, hon - or, Mag-ni - fy the mighty name of the Lord; 

3. Praise Him, trust Him, Praise ye and ex-alt the name of the Lord; 






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No. 96 



Walk With the Lord 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston Sug. E. W. in " Anchored Faith" Eugene Wright 







1. Christ the Sav-ior bids you jour-ney with- Him While pass-ing thru this land, 

2. As you trav-el o'er the loft - y moun-tains Or thru the val - leys low, 

3. how sweet to jour-ney on with Je - sus, To feel His pres-ence near, 




He will keep you safe from ev-'ry dan-ger If you will hold His hand; 
In the glow-ing sun-shine or in shad-ows,Thru which each one must go, 
His bright smile will banish ev-'ry shad-ow And free the heart from fear; 



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When temp-ta-tions gath-er stay close to Him And keep in sweet ac - cord, 
What a joy to know that you may trust Him And lean up - on God's word; 
Go with Him wher-ev - er He may lead you, 'Twill bring you great re-ward, 

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Quick - ly turn a - way from e - vil f orc-es, 

Turn from sorrow that would crush your spir-it, And walk, walk, walk with the Lord. 

End - less life is wait-ing all who trust Him 









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Samuel Francis Smith 



America 



Henry Carey 






1. My coun-try 'tis of thee, Sweet land of lib - er - ty, Of thee I sing;Land where my 

2. My na-tive country thee, Land of the no-ble free, Thy name I love; I love thy 

3. Let mu-sic 3well the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet freedom's song;Let mortal 

4. Ourfa-ther'sGodtothee, Au-thor of lib - er-ty,To Thee we sing;Longmayour 



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rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hiIls,My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above, 
tongues awake, Let all that breathe partake,Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong, 
land be bright With freedom's holy light;Pro-tect us by Thy might, Great God our King. 



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They've Gone Away Home 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

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Amazing Grace 




1. A - maz - ing grace how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me! 
2. 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, And grace my fears re - lieved; 

3. Thru man - y dan - gers, toils and snares, I have al - read - y come; 

4. When we've been there ten thousand years, Bright shin-ing as the sun, 






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'Twas grace that bro't me safe thus far, And grace will lead 

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No. 100 I'm Traveling Home 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



G. W. H. 



"Anchored Faith" 




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In this land of heartaches, pain and care, beav-y is the cross we oft - en bear, 
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Still we sing of glo - ry o-ver there beyond the dark foam ,beyond the dark foam; 
Trusting in the Lord to safe -ly lead,what-ev-er may come, whatever may come; 



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Tell - ing heav-en's news to those who stray, pointing to the land of end-less day, 
Here the jour-ney is not ver - y long, end-ing in the glo - ry land of song, 




Walk -ing in the bless-ed gos-pel light, I'm traveling home. 

Hap - py in the shin-ing gos-pel way, 

I shall join the happy ransomed throng, I'm trav-el-ing home. 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.M.Cain in "Anchored Faith" W. W. Combs 




1. I know that foes will oft as-sail me, Yet I am al-ways glad and free; 

2. Sometimes the way Beems rough and rugged, It's then by faith I look and see 

3. And when Irsach the vale of shadows, He'll bear me o'er life'B fit-ful sea, 



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the gates of life e - ter - nal, He un-der-stands and cares forme. 



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We'll fully Understand 



To my good friend, Frank Stamps. J. E. E. 
Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Albert E.Brumley in "Anchored Faith" J. E. Roane 

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1. Sometimes when sor-row o - ver-comesus and the dark-ness hov-ers low, 

2. The road that leads to yon - der ci - ty may be rug - ged steep and long, 

3. When doubt and fear and dis - ap-point-ment seem to press on ev - 'ry hand, 



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Ghrist Is my Shepherd 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter. Jr. in "Anchored Faith" S.L.Wallace 




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1. Christ is myshep-herd,I shall not fear, Dan-gers surround me but He is near; 

2. Christ is my shep-herd,no want have I, All that I'm need-ing He will sup-ply; 

3. Christ is my shep-herd,He leads me on, To the bright land of a fade-less dawn; 




Tho all for-sake me He'll be my friend, Keeping my soul till this life shah end. 
Now that I'm trusting in Him a-bove, Safe-ly I'm kept by re-deem-ing love. 
Boon He will call me to man-sions fair Where I shall live and His glo - ry share. 



No. 104 



Rejoice Along the Way 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
James Rowe in "Anchored Faith" M.D.Humphrey 



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2. March a - long with ban -nerswav-ing, Giv - ing out the mes-sage glad, 

3. March a - long in His dear keep - ing, Al - ways hap - py free and bright, 



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Help- ing Him whose grace is sav-ing, Giv -ing com -fort to the sad; 
Till with Him we all go sweep-ing Thru the pearl - y gates of life; 



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Praise Him to the worn and wea - ry, Who have fall - en in the fray, 
Then with all the saved in glo - ry, In the love - light of His face, 




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Till the lost of ev - 'ry na - tion Our Re-deem - er's love shall Know. 

Bright-en up the path - way drear-y With the light of love to-day. 

We shall tell and sing the sto - ry Of His love and sav - ing grace. 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
M. M. M. in "Anchored Faith" M. M. Mayo 



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1. How the joy - ful prais - es roll, Since ray Sav - ior took 

2. Now my soul shall nev - er die, I've a home pre-pared 

3. Now I know my name is there, Thru my faith and hum 

4. I am glad that I can say, I am hap - py on 



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Jesus is the Best of All 




Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" J. Conrad Hall 

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1. There are so man - y dear ones I love In this old world be - low, 

2. Oft - en here I would be lone and sad, Days would be long and drear, 

3. Since I have Je - sus close by my side, Glo -ry now fills my soul, 



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But I have Je - sus to make me glad, That's why I have no fear; 
In His pro - tec-tion I'm sat - is -fled, Some day I'll reach the goal; 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.C. H. in "Anchored Faith" J. Conrad Hall 




1. We'll work and sing for Christ our King, Some day it will bring re - ward; 

2. Let us not shirk from an - y work, If we a bright crown would wear; 

3. Go la - bor here and bring good cheer,For swift-ly the mo-ments fly; 



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Our Sav - ior knows our fears and woes And He will our sor-rows share. 
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1. I hare found true joy in the Lord, there is peace in trust-ing His word, 

2. With my Sav - ior go - ing a - long, I am hap - py, sing-ing a song, 
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God Is There 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Let's Go Back to God 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
J. R.B., Jr. in "Anchored Faith" J. R. Baxter, Jr. 







1. As a na-tion we've been prone to wan-der A - way from God a-bove, 

2. If we want to pros-per as a na-tion, We must con-fess our sin 

3. Our an - ces-tors worshiped with thanksgiving, Their pray'rs to God were heard, 

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Marching Home 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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Beyond the Starry Sky, 



Copyright. 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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2. There will be no sor - row on that glad to - mor-row, 'tis a won-drous 

3. What a bless - ed tho't that we shall meet our loved ones in a ci - ty 




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I'm Happy In Mis Love 



/ Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
L. G. P. in "Anchored Faith" Luther G. Erealey 




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2. I nev - er shall for - get how won-der-ful the glo - ry when my wea-ry 

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The Precious Old Book 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
W. A.McK. in "Anchored Faith" W. A. McKinney 




1. In the Bi - ble we read of a ci - ty, 

2. In the Bi - ble we read a - bout Je - sua, 

3. In the Bi - ble God gives us a pic - ture, 






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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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3. 1 am mov - ing to a place of rest, True friends to meet, 



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I Want to Love Him More 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R.Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" Cecil Evans & V. 0. Fossett 

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2. I'll do the best I can to res - cue fall - en man, The blest ex- 

3. He gave His hie for me np - on dark Cal - va - ry That I might 




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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Anchored Faith" D wight Brock 




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2. I have heard my moth - er tell of friends gone on be - fore, be - fore, 

3. I have met a pre-cious friend who died to save my soul, my soul, 



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Meet on Jor-dan's stormy banks 

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Lend a helping Hand 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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No. 124 



I'll Bid this World Good-by 



L. B. C. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Lonnie B. Combs 



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1. I'm on - ly a pil -grim down here, I'm seek-ing a coun-try somewhere, 

2. I've just a - bout spent all my years in treading this val - ley of tears, 

3. With all of my bur - dens laid down, I'll trade the old cross for a crown, 



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My Sav - ior will call me I know, I'm wait-ing the sum-mons to go, 

what a glad time that will be, the trumpet will call you and me, 

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No. 125 I Am Safe Upon the Sea 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Musio & Ptg. Co. 
Rer. Rupert Cravens in "Anchored Faith" 6.T. Speer 

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Keep me safe while snrg - ing bil - lows roll, they roll; On the rough and 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
Luther G. Presley in "Anchored Faith" Eugene Wright 




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1. I want to be read - y and wait - ing when the dark shad-ows shall fall, 

2. I want to leave noth-ing on - fin-ished that He as-signed me to do, 

3. I'll close the old bi - ble I've trust-ed, lay-ing it gen - tly a - side, 




Read - y when life's day shall end - ed be, yes, end - ed shall be; 

Know -ing the Lord will my rec - ord see, my rec - ord will see; 
All of my trust in the Lord will be, in Je - sua will be; 




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No. 127 I'm An Unfortunate StranAer 



A. E. B. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" Albert E. Br umley 




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2. Oft - en the light groweth dim and seems so dis-tant, Oft-en the pathway of 

3. Tho I must pass thru a world that's ever changing, I've a true friend daily 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
T. J. F. in "Anchored Faith" Thos. J. Farrls 




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1. We are on the road to glo - ry, Thru this sin - ful world 

2. Up the mountain we are walk-ing, Climb-ing high-er ev - 

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Dreaming of Heaven 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Mrs. C. C. Y. in "Anchored Faith" Mrs. C. C. Yarbrough 




1.0- ver the rain-bow up in the blue, Not far a -way, In a fair 
2. Branches of palm sway in the cool breeze, Fragrance so rare, Down by the 




ci - ty dreams all come true.'Tis a land of per-fect day; Crys-tal pure 

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No. 130 Give Me the Old Time Religion 



J. L. S. 




Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" John L. Shrader 






1. As a baud of Chris-tians to - day let's walk the old time way, 'Twill 

2. Do not talk a - bout your good deeds, just think of Him who pleads, We 

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I Gan Hear my Mother Say 



In memory of my dear mother 

Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

J. M.C. in "Anchored Faith" . . J.M.Collier 

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2. Now the fam-'ly ties are bro-ken, We have left that dear old home; 

3. Home is wait-ing o - ver yon - der Where sadpart-ings come no more, 



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and my loved ones I shall sing on heaven's shore. 



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Look What Jesus Will Do 



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2. Are you now tired of liv - ing 'ueath your load of ein,Come,now, ac- 

3. Swift comes the day you'll wish you had Him as your guide,You'llneeda 




does for me my Lord can do for you; He'll heal the sick and blind, 

cept my Sav - ior, He will take you in; He'll fill your soul with joy 

help - er to be walk - ing by your side, Why not ac - cept Him now, 

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He will guide all the way When you tread, lonesome vale. 

He will guide you on the journey When you tread that lonesome vale. 



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2. Temptations sweep down o'er my soul .... To hin-der me each day, 

3. No oth-er friend so true could be, He keeps lest I should stray; 

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"Twasthis dear friend. . . . who died for me, Is now my guide and stay. 

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1. When the might-y trib - u - la-tions are poured out up-on the earth, And the 

2. When the lost ones cry for mer-cy which they spumed while in this world And their 

3. No more sicfc-ness,no more sufi 'ring, no more dis-ap-point-ments come, In that 

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wick - ed for re - lief cry out in pray'r.I'll not know a thing about it, I'll be 
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hap - py and se - rene,Safe within the Eock of A - ges, I'll be o - ver there, 

love and grace to me, Thru the blood of Christ my Savior, I'll be o - ver there, 

more around the throne, With the singing, shouting millions, I'll be o - ver there. 

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Don't Weep For Me 



J. B. C. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Anchored Faith" J. B. Coats 



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1. I'm leav - ing for home at the end of the day, Don't weep when my 

2. I'm leav - ing all sor - row for lands fair and bright, As soon as God 

3. This bod - y is weak-ened, it long has been spared, To earth it re- 

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calls far my soul; I talked it all o - ver with Je - sus last night, 
turns at the end; But that which God gave He re - calls if pre-pared, 



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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. Sug. Sallie Parker in "Anchored Faith" Walter Blppcto* 

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1. If you want to win o'er sin and strife, Take the shield of faith and pray; 

2. If God's ar-mour here you hope to wear, 

3. Let your feet with gos-pel peace be shod, huin-bly pray; 



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Stand for Je - sua and His col-ors bear, 

Wear the breast-plate of a right-eous God, humbly pray. 



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Who then Will Go? 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
R. E. A. in "Anchored Faith" Robt. E. Arnold 

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2. Lost souls are dy - ing in their sin, Some one must tell them now, 

3. Lord, I am read -y now to go In - to the thick-est fray, 

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Point them to Je - sus and His love, Help them and show them how. 
You are the cap - tain of my soul, I'll do what-e'er you say. 



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What of Your Shadow? 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R.B.,Jr. in "Anchored Faith" J. R. Baxter, Jr. 



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2. The rea - son that Pe - ter was giv-en pow'r, He free-ly the Lord did o- 

3. Keep spotless and pure if you want to shine, The Sav-ior knows all that you 

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bey, did o - bey; Men still look for help in each try - ing hour, 
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A Better Home 67 

A Faithful Witness was Paul 19 

A Welcome Home 30 

Amazing Grace , 99 

America 97 

An Unfortunate Stranger JL27 

Anchored Faith 1 

As the Days Go By 20 

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Be True to the Lord 51 

Beyond the Starry SKy .115 

Billows of Melodies Roll 18 

Blessed Jesus Loves You Too 6 

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Christ Is my Shepherd 103 

Climbing to Glory Land 55 

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Don't Go 79 

Don't Weep For Me 135 

Dreaming of Heaven 129 

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Faith is Now Anchored 90 

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Gentle Shepherd, Lead Me 87 

\ Glory Bells Ring On and On 59 

Glory for Me 28 

God Is There , 109 

God's Grace 71 

Going iHome 36 

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He Is Always There 48 

He Is My Friend 9 

He Is iOur Strength and Song 

He Said He Would Com.- . 49 

He Took Away my Sadness 38 

iderstands and Cares For Me..l01 

He Will Lead Us 61 

He Will Set Your Fields on Fire 84 

Be's Coming Back Again 46 

Heading for the Sweet By and By.... 7 
Heaven's Radio Station is On the ....114 

gelp Me Sing His Praise 5 

His Blessed Name 25 

Hold to His Zand 33 

Be the Name 95 

: How 1 Love my Blessed Lord 43 

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I Am Going- Uo High Ill 

I Am Happj 17 

I Am Living In Glory-land Now 10 

I am Moving to That City Grand ....119 

i Safe Upon the Sea 125 

I Am Singing 16 

n Hear my Mother Say 131 

I Can't Forget You Blessed Lord.... 4 
I Promised Him I Would be True..l33 

I See: 89 

I Want to be Ready 70 

I Wane to Love Him More 120 

I Will Follow Jesus 14 

I'll Be Over There 134 

I'll Be Read- 34 

I'll Bid this World Good-by 124 

I'll Keep Traveling On 72 

I'll Live in That Home Some Day....l21 
I'll Say Good-by to This Old World 50 

I'll See My Savior's Face 37 

I'm Fully Trusting 64 

■ I'm Gonna Shout Hallelujah 76 

I I'm Happv In His Love 117 

I'm Safe In Beulah Land 77 

I'm Traveling Home 100 

Immanuel the Wonderful 56 

In the Cradle of the Stars 78 

In the Land of the Unsetting Sun... 41 

In the Old Fashioned Way 21 

Is the World Better Because—? 122 

It Will Not Change 11 



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It's a Lonesome Road 92 

It's Dawn 65 

I've Found True Joy 108 

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Jesus Is Leading 42 

Jesus is the Best of All 108 

Jesus Understands 26 

Just a Little View of Heaven 105 

Just to Know Him is to Love Him.. 86 
Just What He Said He'll Do 54 

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Lend a Helping Hand 123 

Let the Savior Hold Your Hand 73 

Let's Go Back to God 110 

Look What Jesus Will Do 132 

Love at Home 63 

Love Eternal 15 

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Marching Home 113 

Marching Onward 82 

Memory Hall 44 

Mother's i-,ove 3 

My Work on Earth is Ending 31 

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O Give Me the Old Time Religion.,130 

O Hear His Call 27 

O What a Change 66 

Others are Looking at You 57 

Over On the Other Shore 75 

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Pilate's Hall 32 

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Reach For the Rose Amid the 112 

Rejoice Along the Way 104 

Us Again 91 

Sing a Song 60 

Sing Out the Story 45 

Step by Step 47 

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Take the Shield of Faith and Prayerl36 

Tell of the Savior's Love 74 

The Golden Light of Love _.... 35 

The Harvest Will Come ■ 69 

The Middle Cross Was Mine 39 

The Precious Old Book 118 

The Promised Land 81 

The Rainbow Shines Thru the Cloud 13 

The Things the Lord Has Done 40 

There Is a Name 22 

There'll be Singing and Shouting....l-A 

They've Gone Away Home 98 

Till the Clouds Roll By 80 

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Walk With the Lord 96 

We are On the Road to Glory 128 

We Shall See Him in the Morning.. 12 

We'll Bo Singing at Home 53 

We'll Fully Understand 102 

.ling to Paradise 68 

We'll Work and Sing 107 

What a Home That Will Be 23 

What Do the Flowers Say? 63 

What if the Storm Finds You 

What of Your Shadow? 138 

He Comes Again 24 

When I Found Him I 

When I Read of the Prorai 52 

When It's Home Going Time 126 

When the World's on Fire 85 

When they Nailed His Hand.- to .... 94 

Could I Go? 03 

Who then Will Go? 137 

With Joy I Sing He Is my King 62 

Wonderful Love Saved Me 8 

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You Better Not Wait 29 

You Will Find His Promises are.. ..116 
You've Got to Reap Just You Sow.. 30 



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each, postpaid. 

Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co. 

Dallas, Texas — Pangburn, Ark. — Chattanooga, Tenn. 

(Address Nearest Office) 



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